Californian white sage Nag Champa
Burning insence in our space wether it be our home, healing space, work space or even car is a profound cleansing ritual. Removing negative, stagnate energy. Inviting in a fresh t, Postive healing energy.
Hundreds of years ago, the aromatic resins of myrrh and frankincense were considered far more valuable than gold or silver, and they were precious currency, even gifted to newborn baby Jesus. In ancient Egyptian culture, frankincense was regarded as a perfume, a bug repellent, a remedy to heal wounds, and most importantly, a spiritual offering for the gods.
For thousands of years, Zen Buddhists and monks, alongside Hindus and other religions across Asia regarded incense burning an essential ritual for meditation, spiritual ascension and healing. When ancient Roman and Greek civilizations discovered the Silk trade route, they began importing incense to burn during their religious ceremonies, cremation events, and worshipping rituals.
Native Americans also celebrated the benefits of burning herbs and incense, particularly sage, to cleanse their souls free of impurities, along with driving away impurities from their house and worship places.
Burning incense has been an ancient therapeutic ritual that has been revived by Buddhists, yogis and other spiritual traditions around the world in modern
Each religion uses insence has its origins in antiquity. The burned incense may be intended as a symbolic or sacrificial offering to various deities or spirits, or to serve as an aid in prayer.
*Please do not leave unattended whilst burning and make sure ashes fall into suitable burners and keep out of reach of children and pets.